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November 15, 2010


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Melissa Wiley

Jennifer, thank you so much for a wonderful interview and this great post! I had a great time. Am now craving onion sandwiches in the worst way.

Jennifer, Mitali, and Melissa, thank you for a great show and for introducing me to Emily. I can't wait to read the rest of the books I've missed in the series.

Do you mean you all will be at the 2011 San Diego mid-winter ALA? I hope so, then you'll be in my neck of the woods. Or is there another in 2012?



whoops, yes, 2011 in San Diego! thanks for catching that Martha!

Oh hurray, my book club is planning a field trip. I hope we see you all there.

Karen Lee

What a great interview. Thanks for doing it. Perfect for me during my "stay cation..."

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